C-T, or computed tomography, is a series of x-rays done in 3 dimensional 'slices' of the study area of the body, which allows for very specific detail of the imaged area. A C-T may be either non-contrast, contrast, or both. No matter what part of the body is being imaged, the liquid contrast material is injected intravenously. A nurse or specially trained technician will start an IV, usually in the arm, and inject the contrast material, and then the C-T scan is performed. If both non-contrast and contrast studies are being performed, the non-contrast study is done first.
computed tomography, abdomen and pelvis; without contrast material
Abdominopelvic means pertaining to the abdomen and pelvis.Abdominopelvic
The abdomen is higher on the body. It is the area between your chest and pelvis. It is where your abs are located. The hip is around the pelvis.
Is the region that includes the abdomen and the pelvis: belly and groin
the pelvis griddle
Generally, the abdomen or lower back
The coxa refers to the hip bone or hip joint. The pelvis is the entire ring of bones around the base of abdomen.
Probably not since cancer filled lymph nodes are painless. Your doctor is doing a CT scan probably to find an infection.
The rectus abdominis: flexes the trunk, compresses the abdomen and stabilizes the pelvis External oblique:unilaterally: contra lateral rotation and ipsilateral( same side) side bending Bilaterally: flexes the trunk, compresses abdomen, and stabilizes the pelvis Internal oblique: unilaterally, ipsilateral side bending and rotation Bilaterally: flexes trunk, compresses abdomen, and stabilizes the pelvis The transverse abdominis: unilaterally rotates the trunk ipsi laterally Bilaterally: compresses the abdomen
The abdomen and pelvis contain the digestive and excretory organs.
Abdomen and pelvis
The diaphragm separates the chest from the abdomen and pelvis
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The uterus is in a woman's lower abdomen, above her pelvis.
CPT Code 72194 - Computed tomography, pelvis;without contrast material, followed by contrast material(s) and further sections.
From top to bottom: The cervical vertebrae in the neck, the thoracic vertebrae in the thorax, the lumbar vertebre in the abdomen, the sacral vertebrae in the pelvis and the coccyx (coccygeal vertebrae) projecting from the pelvis.
The bone of the pelvis appears to be single but it is actually made of 3 fused bones which are the ilium the ischium and the pubis. That's all I know... ----*cArLy*
no its your uterus growing out of the pelvis and your baby is held within there.
Ascites is the accumulation of free fluid in the abdomen and pelvis. It is usually the result of trauma or some disease process.
The term 'peritoneal' means of or relating to or affecting the peritoneumPertaining to the membrane that lines the walls of the abdomen and the pelvis.
Lower abdomen, pelvis area. It inserts on the superior surface of the pubis and goes around the symphysis.
Aorta=thorax and abdomen. Carotids=neck. Axillary=armpit. Iliac=pelvis
Pyelectasis is dilation of the renal pelvis. Hydronephrosis, in contrast, is accumulation of urine in the kidney due to blocked flow.
If you've already talked to the doctor, then give him a call back and tell him the symptoms you're having. That's what doctors are for.